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Generating a List of Available Skype for Business Online PowerShell Cmdlets with Documentation

The Skype for Business Online (SfBO) PowerShell Module is the primary command line management tool for Administrators.

New users of this module are often surprised to learn that the cmdlets exposed by this module are not defined in the Skype for Business Online PowerShell module itself. Instead, the SfBO PowerShell Module creates an implicit remote PowerShell session and imports the cmdlet definitions from the Online SfBO tenant. The cmdlet’s made available in this module therefore could vary by tenant (i.e. based on the type of licensed Office 365 tenant), and be changed online in the tenant (i.e. by Microsoft) without releasing a new PowerShell module (which is installed locally).

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Behind the Scenes look at the Skype for Business Online PowerShell Module

As Skype for Business Online (SfBO) adoption on Office 365 continues to grow, more organizations are turning to PowerShell to manage the SfBO tenant and users.

The Skype for Business PowerShell Module used to the connect to the tenant is interesting.  Knowing a little but about how this module works behind the scene’s can go a long way to understanding any issues that come up.

There are 3 things you need to do to connect to your Skype for Business Online tenant with PowerShell using the SfBO PowerShell Module:

Action PowerShell to Accomplish It Notes Import the SkypeOnlineConnector Import-Module -Name SkypeOnlineConnector   Establish a New Remote SfBO PowerShell Session $SFBOSession . . . → Read More: Behind the Scenes look at the Skype for Business Online PowerShell Module